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i think magento run very slow!? 
 
ovedmo
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what you think about what i said?

 
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RoyRubin
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This has been discussed - http://www.magentocommerce.com/boards/viewthread/407/

 
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And just to re-iterate, I’m guessing most who have downloaded Megento are running it on a shared hosting environment.

There’s simply no comparison for applications of this complexity, a managed or dedicated server will always be optimal, which to be honest, you should be using anyhow if you’re running any kind of successful online eCommerce store…

 
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akaxunux
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I have finally discovered how to speed up magento easily.

1. Download the website as plain HTML. In Linux-Ubuntu I have used:
wget -r -p http://www.example.com

2. Upload the downloaded files to the server, into the root directory.

3. Change the DirectoryIndex in .htaccess to include index.html
DirectoryIndex index.html index.php

Now the web site uses plain HTML files which are considerably faster to load.
I guess that if the server cannot find a html file, it will use the default way to load or process the page

Note: In my site i am not using the catalog or checkout modules.

I hope it helps.

 
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brimllc
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While akaxunux’s response is a bit of a joke there is some truth to it.  Why re-generate an entire page from scratch for each request if the contents does not really change?  That’s where Full Page Caches (FPC) come into play.  FPCs save a generated page to storage and recall that page for additional requests.  It really cuts down on a lot of repetitive processing that just doesn’t need to be done.  There are a handful of FPCs out there including our Full Page Cache

 
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rosamia7
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Does anyone know of a good source for Magento themes? Online searches are not coming up with much.

 
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marystolz
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Im very glad you can resolve your problem, for me magento is very fast qhen i used

 
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